AIM Computer Solutions, a provider of specialized software for the auto supplier community, has received its approval for Honda North America’s EDI and Bar Code Software update testing for 2013.
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Two of Japan’s largest auto suppliers have agreed to pay $548 million in fines, and four execs are going to jail, in connection with guilty pleas filed in an anti trust investigation.
Two brothers whose Michigan company supplies parts to the auto industry have been charged with fraud in an investigation of the quality of plastic.
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Over 100 Ford employees in Japan are not being called back home from the earthquake and tsunami ridden country.
Fraser-based AIM Computer Solutions, a provider of enterprise resource planning software to small and medium-sized auto suppliers, and Farmington Hills-based TM Group Inc., one of the largest Microsoft Dynamics value-added resellers in the Detroit area, said they have recently won multiple new account engagements among suppliers.
Auto suppliers fighting for survival in North America during the recession may have cut their capital expenditures and research and development budgets too deeply and now face an uphill, ultra-competitive battle to attract new investors, […]